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February 06, 2013

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Don't leave us in suspense--which David Friedman is it dedicated to?

Definitely buying copies for everyone in the family!

7 Feb. 2013

Are you sure about those "anagrams"?

I'm definitely going to get this book. I had a question about the "anagram" as well -- doesn't an anagram have to use all of the letters of the anagrammee? And each letter only once?

OK, OK. I was using "anagram" loosely; I should have said "his surname contains the words..."

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